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Kevin Decker

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
Kevin Decker is in his second season as Old Dominion's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

In his first season as offensive coordinator at Old Dominion, Decker's offense was one of the youngest in the country and showed improvement throughout the season. ODU improved in the Sun Belt rankings to eighth in rushing offense and 11th in total offense and scored nearly 100 points than the season before, all with a first time starting quarterback, running backs and several new wide receivers.

Fordham transfer Grant Wilson started for the first time in his career and improved throughout the season, throwing for 2,149 yards and 17 touchdowns. After getting pulled against Texas A&M Commerce when he threw three first half interceptions, Wilson went 115-consecutive passes without an interception.

Running Backs Keshawn Wicks and Kadarius Calloway combined for 1,212 yards and eight touchdowns. The duo had less than 200 yards combined coming into the year and led ODU's rushing attack. Calloway had three rushing touchdowns of 60+ yards at Marshall and had a pair of 100-yard rushing games. Wicks notched his first career 100-yard game and Wilson rushed for 126 yards in the Famous Toastery Bowl against WKU.

Explosive plays were key to the offenses success, as ODU tied for the nation's lead in touchdown drives of one minute or less with 12 (UNLV). ODU registered 105 big plays (12+ run, 15+ pass) on the year for an average of eight per game and had 10 plays of 50 yards or more.

Prior to joining ODU, Decker spent the previous four seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Fordham. In 2022, Fordham led the FCS and had the second-best offense in FCS history with 609 yards per game and ranked second in the country with 49.5 points per game. The Rams also led FCS in first downs and passing offense. Fordham quarterback Tim DeMorat led the country in touchdown passes, total touchdowns, passing yards and total offense.
DeMorat was named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year for the third time in his career and along with wide receiver Fotis Kokosioulis, are finalists for the Walter Payton Award.
In 2019 Decker took over a Fordham offense that ranked No. 119-of-124 teams and has led the Patriot League in scoring offense and total offense each of the last four seasons.
Prior to joining Fordham, Decker spent three seasons at Brown, including the 2018 season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. His first two seasons at Brown he coached the tight ends.
Decker began his collegiate coaching career in 2015 as an offensive intern at Montana State. He helped the Bobcats lead the FCS in yards per play, touchdowns per game and red zone touchdown percentage.
Decker began coaching in 2013 and for two years was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the Brunswick School in Connecticut.
A 2012 graduate of the University of New Hampshire, Decker played quarterback for the Wildcats where he was the CAA Player of the Year and a finalist for the Walter Payton Award in 2011. He threw for 3,272 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior, while rushing for 429 yards and nine touchdowns.